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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 24th, 2023

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New Alpha Release: Tor Browser 13.0a5 (Android, Windows, macOS, Linux)

This release updates Firefox to 115.3.0esr, including bug fixes, stability improvements and important security updates. Android-specific security updates from Firefox 118 are not yet available, but will be part of the next alpha release scheduled for next week.


ESP32 board equipped with Ethernet and MicroSD card slot

SparkFun launches IoT Brushless motor driver

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